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Well, you can install XP as long as you have a CD and your laptop has a COA with a key.
Hit delete, F2 or F10 to start the system in setup, change the order of boot devices to make the CD your primary boot device. Restart, boot into the CD and follow the prompts. After you complete your installation you can go to www.hp.com SUPPORT and DOWNLOADS and find whatever drivers you are missing. Take your time and you'll do fine.
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what operating system are you using?
Try downloading the driver from http://www.support.hp.com make sure you choose the correct windows version you are using (win xp, vista or windows 7) and then download the driver for audio.
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Click the correct link of your computer, in the next page select dyour operating system that is windows vista, if there is no vista there then the driver for vista is not released by hp,if i am right there are drivers for 2nd and 3rd but not the first.
After selecting the operating system click next and select the link to driver-audio and click download
Try reinstalling the usb drivers for your computer. You can also check to see if its a hardware issue by pluging a usb powered device like a cooling pad in the usb port. If it gets power, chances are its a software issue. If no, then its a hardware issue.
And your NIC driver will be hopefully available in Software & Downloads after choosing the Windows 2003 operating system. -- if that OS is not present, try another OS and check the operating systems as they appear in that specific driver's supported list of operating systems and see if Windows Sevrver 2003 appears.
If you have done a system restore you have probably restored your problem with limewire also, although what it is that's related I don't know, it's more than likely a dial up or connection problem that is causing limewire to freeze yur system.
Check your usb ports in device manager see if there is an exclamation mark or a cross, then refer to this solution for further checks.